Health education curriculums need to specifically prepare healthcare professionals to respond to a pandemic when it comes to aspects like infection control, aged care and mental health.
A nationwide online survey collected information from 4,202 teenagers and young women in Australia, about how their periods affected their education – either at school, university or VET.
Health is a complex issue that requires an interdisciplinary approach to study and teach.
The pandemic has revealed the complexity of new and ongoing health crises. Post-secondary institutions need to respond to this complexity with an interdisciplinary approach to teaching health issues.
The Master of Science in Global Health Delivery Class of 2018.
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Experts at the University of London have warned British education policy is encouraging schools to maximise the academic…
The healthy option.
In the past, when infections were the dominant form of disease and death, and humans didn’t understand how they spread, an epidemic ended when enough people had died that there were no more potential victims…